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TASCAM DR-60DmkII 4-Input / 4-Track Multitrack Field Recorder

BH #TADR60DMKII • MFR #DR-60DMKII
TASCAM DR-60DmkII 4-Input / 4-Track Multitrack Field Recorder
Key Features
  • Filmmaking, TV, and Web Broadcast
  • Optimized for DSLR Shooters
  • Dual XLR-1/4" Inputs with Phantom Power
  • 3.5mm Mic/Line Input with Plug-In Power
For filmmaking, television, and web broadcast applications, the TASCAM DR-60DmkII multitrack field recorder is an ideal companion for your DSLR. Capture up to four tracks of high-resolution audio from external sources, route audio to and from your camera, and conveniently monitor through headphones. With strap-friendly handles, a tripod mounting socket, and a camera-mount screw attachment, the DR-60DmkII is compatible with a variety of setups and working styles.
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Can I record a track that I'm not outputting to ...

Can I record a track that I'm not outputting to the camera? Basically, shut tracks off for a live broadcast but retain the ability to mix them in later in post?
Asked by: David
I used to use the 60D, and that is the exact reason I had to change recently. I did like the 60 D, it just had some limitations. I bought the TASCAM DR - 70D. It has omni directional mics built in. I can now run that independently.
Answered by: Keith
Date published: 2021-10-04

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Can this device be used as a USB interface with a computer via the USB port?
Asked by: Greg
Sorry you cant
Answered by: Ahmed A.
Date published: 2018-08-25

Has anyone successfully replaced the usb jack on ...

Has anyone successfully replaced the usb jack on one of these? They are very easily damaged and mine bit the dust the second time I used it.
Asked by: Chris
There are no user serviceable parts on this, and to attempt a repair will void the manufacturer's warranty. Please contact Tascam for service: 323-727-7617
Answered by: John
Date published: 2019-12-23

In my interviews I have 4 people with their own ...

In my interviews I have 4 people with their own lav microphones... how can I connect the 4 microphones to this 4-channel recorder so I can get 4 indiclvidual tracks? If one of the guest speaks to loud I want to be able to turn it down individually in post using Adobe Premiere and Adobe sound Booth. I know that I can connect 2 mics to input #1 and #2 but Do I have to use a splitter I guess for the 3/4 input to connect 2 mics there? Will it be separate tracks? Thanks.
Asked by: Miquel
Ok so the Tascam recorder will take two xlr mics and there is a 3.5mm mic input that splits mic 3 and 4 you will need this for the person 3 and 4 copy link https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1025888-REG/polsen_olm_20_dual_omni_lav.html?sts=pi&pim=Y
Answered by: Raul
Date published: 2021-03-16

Can you send timecode to this unit? ideally ...

Can you send timecode to this unit? ideally wirelessly? I know it's a longshot but what if you use a wireless SD card? Will it then receive a timecode?
Asked by: Brandon
No, the DRR-60D does not have a time code function. It does have a slate, though, so if you are passing audio to your camera you can sink up in post.
Answered by: John
Date published: 2019-05-01

When I record I connect 1 lav mic to input 1, a ...

When I record I connect 1 lav mic to input 1, a second lav mic to input 2 and one more lave mic to input 3/4... but I only get 2 wav files.. how can i get 3 wav files for each of my lav microphones?
Asked by: Miquel
thank you for your question. Under recording settings in the menu, make sure you have 4CH mode selected. Please refer to page 16 in the manual link below. https://static.bhphotovideo.com/lit_files/104035.pdf
Answered by: Anthony
Date published: 2019-05-22

How does the slate function work?

How does the slate function work?
Asked by: Joshua
Hello, I did not understand exactly what slate means if it is the action wheel then move to the right or left and click on the desired function to set
Answered by: david
Date published: 2021-04-05

In my interviews I have up to 4 people talking on ...

In my interviews I have up to 4 people talking on their own microphone... how can I connect 4 Lav mics 3.5mm to this 4-channel recorder... channels do not correspond to 4 inputs? I want to be able to have 4 separate tracks so if someone speaks loudly I can turn that down in post in Adobe Premiere. Thanks!
Asked by: Miquel
The Tascam DR-60D MKII features two XLR/ TRS 1/4-inch inputs and one stereo 1/8-inch input, which is considered channel 3/4. This unit works best with three microphones. I would recommend the Tascam DR-70D, B&H # TADR70D, which has four XLR/TRS 1/4- inch inputs. Each of your lavalier mics would have to be battery- powered, and use an XLR adapter, such as the Rode VXLR - Mono Mini-Jack to XLR Converter, B&H # ROVXLR.
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2019-04-28
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